Regina and Region offer an outstanding quality of life blending country benefits like clean air, open spaces, and closeness to nature, with true city amenities in the fields of education, healthcare, culture, recreation, and shopping.
Regina is the proud home of Wascana Centre, a 2,300-acre green space that cuts through the middle of the city providing walking and biking trails, natural habitat for birds and fish, and an excellent venue for non-powered boating.
The City boasts well-groomed neighbourhood parks and green spaces connected by walking and bike paths, along with hockey rinks and playing fields for baseball, football, and soccer.
The Co-operators Centre at Evraz Place features six regulation-size ice surfaces with a main arena providing seating for 1,300 spectators. This premier ice sports facility hosts local, regional, national and international competitions year-round, including hockey, ringette, figure skating and broomball.
Designed for tournament play, the facility features full food and beverage services including Tim Hortons, Subway and Western Pizza, an on-site pro shop, as well as a meeting room for competition organizers.
Wascana Pool is an inclusive, vibrant facility with several recreational elements. A new accessible playground and spray pad is also available next to the pool facility with free access for everyone. The Wascana Pool concession will also be open to both pool users and park visitors.
For over 100 years Regina has been served by the Regina Symphony Orchestra. It is also the home of The Globe Theatre, a professional theatre company founded in 1966. Concerts and other live events are presented at a number of world-class venues, including the 2,000 seat Conexus Arts Centre, and 6,500 seat Brandt Centre Arena. Discover more about the magnificent attractions in Regina.
Regina is home to a legendary professional football team, the Canadian Football League’s Saskatchewan Roughriders. The “Riders” just moved to a brand new, state of the art, 33,000 seat stadium. In the Regina region, we boast two major-junior hockey teams, the Regina Pats and Moose Jaw Warriors of the Western Hockey League.